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The Case Against Johann Reuchlin

Social and Religious Controversy in Sixteenth-Century Germany

A re-examination of the case of Johann Reuchlin, one of the best-known controversies of the 16th century.

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RummelErika:

Erika Rummel is a professor emerita in the Department of History at Wilfrid Laurier University.

Reviews

Stephen G. Burnett, Department of History, University of Nebraska, Lincoln:

'This manuscript is a significant contribution of synthesis that, through its developmental approach, helps to recontextualize the theme and open broader discussions of the nature of religion and scholarship in the late medieval and early modern periods...Accessible to general readers and yet meaningful to specialists working in this history of the later Middle Ages, Reformation, and Jewish and Christian traditions.'

Dean Bell, Spertus Institute of Jewish Studies, Chicago:

'This manuscript is a significant contribution of synthesis that, through its developmental approach, helps to recontextualize the theme and open broader discussions of the nature of religion and scholarship in the late medieval and early modern periods...Accessible to general readers and yet meaningful to specialists working in this history of the later Middle Ages, Reformation, and Jewish and Christian traditions.'

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